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Flow sensor on a 1988 IROC where is the airflow sensor on a 1988 IROC Camaro 350 turn port injection

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To set the ignition timing you will need to disconnect the electronic timing control. It is usually a dark brown and black wire located on the passenger side foot well where the carpet meets the firewall. Once the wire is disconnected, loosen the distributor and set the timing with a timing light. If you have an automatic transmission, I think the timing is 6deg BTDC. Tighten the distributor down and connect the ETC wire.

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1988 camaro iroc z 350 tune port injected. need to reset timing on the computer. jodie


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